Chantilly Youth Association (CYA) and Southwestern Youth Association (SYA) have teamed up and created the Annual Froghair Golf Classic!
Together, CYA and SYA have over 24,000 annual participants in a host of youth sports. For many years, we have vigorously competed against each other and now we plan to take our healthy rivalry to the Golf Course!
On a serious note, our programs are very similar and organizationally, we face many of the same challenges. We have worked very well together for many years and in hosting this event, the decision was made that all of the proceeds will be donated to support the CYA and SYA financial aid programs
The FrogHair Golf Classic takes place on Friday, June 28th, 2019 at Twin Lakes Golf Club in Clifton, start time is 1:00. Bookmark the new website: www.FrogHairGolfClassic.com. A great big "THANK YOU" to Demosphere for donating this site. We will be updating the site periodically over the coming weeks so stay tuned!
Chantilly Youth Association (CYA) operated continuously from its inception as Battlefield Little League in 1971 until November 2003 when we legally changed our name to the Chantilly Youth Association, Inc. As the community grew and new needs were identified, other sports programs have been added. Presently, CYA administers 12 different sports programs with a CYA Sport Coordinator for each program. With over 12,000 registrants annually, our predominantly volunteer organization successfully supports the youth of the greater Chantilly area community.
The Southwestern Youth Association (SYA) was established in November of 1973 with 350 participants. The purpose of SYA was to provide good, clean, healthful, recreational competitive sports activities for the youth of Southwestern Fairfax County. The program was open to all youth regardless of their financial status or athletic ability. Southwestern Youth Association was started with a $1,500 donation from the founder, Carl Mullins. The league began with a spring Soccer program made up of 10 teams. This was followed by Baseball with 9 teams and a girls’ Softball league with 8 teams. Football followed soon after in the fall.
Today, Southwestern Youth Association serves over 13,000 children ages 4-19, and over 5,000 families in Centreville and Clifton Virginia as well as some surrounding locations. SYA is a non-profit program, with the operations and daily affairs of the organization executed by an all-volunteer Board of Directors. They are dedicated to providing the children of Southwestern Fairfax County with a safe and positive environment through sports competition.